When a client approaches Access with a web project, a common scenario is they already have a website, but want it “freshened up a bit.” And there is nothing at all wrong with that. In fact, as the web is continuing to evolve rapidly, a website can begin to look stale pretty quickly. Sites created Read More.
Bad grammar isn’t just annoying to badge-carrying members of the grammar police like me. It affects a company’s trustworthiness, credibility, and even sales. While I’d like to drone on about all the funny memes I can’t share because of mistakes or hidden rocks painted with misspelled words like I usually do, today’s blog is only Read More.
It may be hard to believe, but the web is only about 25 years old. Most people tend to think of the internet and the web as the same thing, but in reality they are completely different. The internet has been around much longer than the web. Tim Berners-Lee invented the web in 1990, but Read More.
Each morning, rain or shine, I harness up my 10-year-old redbone hound for a three-mile trek through our neighborhood. But we never walk alone. I am one of the 42 million Americans who listen to podcasts weekly. That’s more than five times the number that go to the movies. A podcast is basically on-demand Read More.
My unquiet mind is forever trying to uncover band names in everyday conversation. A few years ago, I began interrupting people mid-sentence to hold up my hands in the shape of a copyright symbol — the right hand forms the “C” while the left creates the suggestion of the circle around it — and then Read More.